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"Blad" is a musical album of Peter Blad.
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Meat Biotechnology (2008)
by Fidel Toldrá
BLAD is a result of a mutation in one gene (CD18) that originated in a single bull, probably about 60 years ago. The effects of the mutation are recessive; therefore while the mutated allele remained at low frequency the adverse affects were ...
Book of Abstracts of the 64th Annual Meeting of the European Association for Animal Production (2013)
Nantes, France, 26 - 30 August 2013 by EAAP Scientific Committee
BLAD is a monogenic and autosomal recessive heredity lethal syndrome in Holstein dairy cattle which characterized by affecting the haematopoietic system via reduced expression of the heterodimeric B2integrin that may cause many defects ...
by Poets & Writers, Inc.
A BLAD is a small pamphlet of a few pages that includes samples ofa book's visual elements and either an ex- cerpt or marketing copy. They're used instead of galleys for publicity mailings of books (such as graphic novels) whose essential ...
Ruminant by Scott R. R. Haskell
Bovine Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency (BLAD)r BLAD is a fatal granulocytopathy of Holsteins that is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. r It is caused by a defect in CD18 unit of β2-integrins, which are expressed primarily on ...
Bovine leukocyte adhesion deficiency (BLAD): BLAD is a defect observed in Holstein cattle. The defect ...
For General Use by Karel Jonáš
blood, blad, krevf.
A New Bislama Dictionary (2003)
by Terry Crowley
between More commonly long mcdel blong blad n. blood ...
by John Jamieson
blad, A.S. blood, folium. To BLAD. 1. Used impers. “Its bladdin on 0' wet,” the rain is driving on ; a phrase that denotes iutermitting showers accompanied with squalls, S. 2. To slap, to strike ; to drive by striking, or with violence, S. Dad. synon .
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses.. by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.), John Longmuir
To BLAD, v. n. To walk in a clumsy manner, taking long steps, and treading heavily, Dumfr. Lamp, Loth, Clydes.—Teut. be-laed-en, degravare, onerare.
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Video shows what blad means. A single sheet for use in a display book, illustrating a particular product available from a wholesaler.. blad pronunciation. How to ...
Quotes about Blad
Din Smerte var en Sky, i Stormen vild,
Til Dug den blev ved Poesiens Ild,
En Dug, der kaldte Duft fra Blad og Straa,
En Taare, hvori Himlens Billed laae.
(Hans Christian Andersen)
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